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William W. Gibson, Jr.
2018 Mortgage Lending

UT Law's 52nd Annual William W. Gibson, Jr. Mortgage Lending and Servicing Institute presents current developments and industry trends, offers practical information on real estate lending, financing and title issues, and provides a must-have set of materials and resources.  With the looming rollback of Dodd Frank to the rising fears of a new lending crisis on the horizon, the Institute is a must-see event in 2018. This year’s highlight’s include: The latest developments in the evolution of Dodd-Frank and what it means for lending in Texas and nationwide Discussion of the recent Home Equity Amendments to the Texas Constitution from the servicer and originator perspectives. A deep dive into Digital Mortgages, with Dawn Lewallen of Stewart Title Guaranty Company, Jobe Danaganan of Credible, Eddie Oddo of First American Title Insurance Company, Niraj Patel of IBM, and Sheila Teimourian of Fannie Mae. Practical Advice for Cleaning Up Title Issues including how to identify frequent obstacles and practical ways through them This year’s Institute also includes focused sessions on: Commercial Lending, with discussion of HVCRE Changes, Risk Management, Dodd-Frank and Tax Reform Residential Lending, with discussion of the decision in PHH v. CFPB, Dodd-Frank, and New TREC Forms Loan Servicing, with discussion of Disasters and Insurance, Dead Debtors, and Foreclosure-Related Litigation Loan Origination, with discussion of Internet Fraud in Real Estate Closings, ALTA Forms, and Lending by Individuals more

2018 Live Conference coming up Sep 13 in Austin. Info and registration »
2018 Materials expected available 3-5 weeks from conference date.



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William W. Gibson, Jr.
2017 Mortgage Lending Institute

The 51st Annual William W. Gibson, Jr. Mortgage Lending Institute—the definitive real estate finance course of the year—presents current developments and industry trends, offers practical information on real estate lending, financing and title issues, and provides a must-have set of materials and resources. This year's institute offers the opportunity to: Examine the latest developments in Texas Case Law and from the Texas Legislature and how they may impact your practice Evaluate the multifaceted issues that can arise when retail goes awry with insight into environmental challenges and complex property rights Assess how technology can improve your practice and how it may present unique ethical pitfalls Explore how bankruptcy, land use, and estates law can impact mortgage lending Review the foreclosure process and the practical concerns it raises, including discussion of recent statutory and case law developments affecting the process more




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William W. Gibson, Jr.
2016 Mortgage Lending

The 50th Annual William W. Gibson, Jr. Mortgage Lending Institute—the definitive real estate finance course of the year—presents current developments and industry trends, offers practical information on real estate lending, financing and title issues, and provides a must-have set of materials and resources.   This year’s program features: David Weatherbie's annual Case Law Update; plus significant Federal Regulatory developments, including new rules and regulations for CMBS loans and HVCRE loans A Title Insurance Update: Implications and Interpretations of Key Cases Commercial Lending Track addressing issues and hot topics including the impact of the ESIGN Act; using auctions to sell and market real estate; and the assumption of CMBS loans Residential Lending Track addressing issues and hot topics including TRID and residential disclosures; the current CFPB loss mitigation rules; residential bankruptcy issues and forms; and eviction issues.   A look at trends in bankruptcies and restructurings in the real estate sector. Essential technology tips for keeping and enhancing your practice—including Thirty Tech Tips for Your CREF Practice and Managing Cyber Liability Luncheon Presentation on The Future of the Legal Profession with Hon. Lora J. Livingston Plus a special 50th Anniversary Recognition and Retrospective, 2.25 hours of ethics and more! more




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William W. Gibson, Jr.
2015 Mortgage Lending

The Mortgage Lending Institute—the definitive real estate finance course of the year—presents current developments, offers practical information on real estate lending, financing and title issues, and provides a must-have set of materials and resources.   David Weatherbie's annual Case Law Update and significant developments from the 84th Texas Legislature A suite of Mortgage Lending Essentials, including key Lender Provisions in Leases, issues around Guaranty Liability and drafting enforceable ESIGN Consent disclosures Commercial lending issues and hot topics including “tips and traps” in letters of credit transactions, dealing with troublesome opinion requests and trends in closing protection letters and liability Residential lending issues and hot topics including reverse mortgages and the challenges that face mortgage lenders and servicers, the impact of the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule and key issues often encountered when lenders and property owners’ associations cross paths Analysis of how to Identify and Indemnify against Environmental Risks including a walk-through of sample indemnity agreements and language Luncheon Presentation on Capital Sources and Current Trends in Real Estate Financing; plus a deeper dive into trends around foreign investment (EB-5 investors) and crowdfunding Plus Mortgage Lending Hot Topics, 2.00 hours of ethics and more! more




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William W. Gibson, Jr.
2014 Mortgage Lending

The Mortgage Lending Institute—the definitive real estate finance course of the year—presents current developments, offers practical information on real estate lending, financing and title issues, and provides a must-have set of materials and resources. 2014 highlights include: David Weatherbie's annual Case Law Update Federal regulatory outlook and update from the Mortgage Bankers Association Demographic Trends in Texas: Implications for the Future of Real Estate  Extensive coverage of guaranties including recourse carve-outs, use of master leases, and updates on construction completion guaranties Commercial lending issues and hot topics including economic development incentives, the intersection of authority and liability in preferred equity transactions, and key land use regulations impacting development and lending Residential lending issues and hot topics including new developments under Texas Rules of Civil Procedure 735 and 736, developments and regulations related to qualified versus non-qualified mortgages, and CFPB enforcement actions and tips for examinations Legal Drafting Style Guide: A New Approach to Editing Water and mineral rights impacting project development, lending and valuation of collateral assets Practical walk-through of unusual additional collateral and ancillary loan documents 2.75 hours of ethics credit more




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William W. Gibson, Jr.
2013 Mortgage Lending

The 47th Annual Mortgage Lending Institute—the definitive real estate finance course of the year—presents current developments, offers practical information on real estate lending, financing and title issues, and provides a must-have set of materials and resources. David A. Weatherbie’s two-part Case Law Update provides the legal and ethical issues addressed in recent cases Hear from the state’s largest business trade association on the opportunities and benefits that property assessment financing may yield in Texas under PACE Review the latest developments from the Texas 83rd Legislature Analyze the procedures available in limiting or eliminating mechanics lien claims, and discover practical solutions to the problems created by recent changes in the Texas Property Code concerning mechanics lien claims for retainage Learn how Regulation Z and Regulation X changes by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will affect your practice Acquire tips for negotiating CMBS loan transactions for both lenders and borrowers from the practitioner’s perspective Hear CREW members discuss real estate financing and how to do business with your banker and mortgage broker Identify and examine TOUSA, treatment of collateral assignments, SARE cases and other bankruptcy law facets that real estate industry professionals need to know Answer multiple choice ethics questions in the interactive Ethics Racetrack more




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2012 Mortgage Lending

The Mortgage Lending Institute—the definitive real estate finance course of the year—continues the tradition of David Weatherbie's two-part Case Law Update, and features: Jim Wallenstein on Negotiating Non-Recourse Carve-Outs in Light of Recent Court Decisions The new world of mortgage lending regulation Electronic Contracting: Doing a Deal Deliberately (or Inadvertently) by Email Professional duties under law of agency for lawyers and brokers Brian Rider and Rick Spencer's Hot Topics panelMortgage Lending is offered in conjunction with the 2012 Bernard O. Dow Leasing Institute. Come a day early – in Dallas and Austin – for the ultimate three-day real estate, finance and leasing offering. more



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2011 Mortgage Lending

The 2011 Institute—the definitive real estate finance course of the year—continues the tradition of David Weatherbie's two-part, definitive Case Law Update, and also includes:    • a mix of legislative and case law developments    • state-of-the-art practice tips involving loan arrangements    • new CMBS securitization structures    • title insurance—coverage, claims and litigation    • loan opinions and survey standards, and more.    • Cary Barton with Scar Tissue Often Beats Brains: Lessons Learned from Busted (or Almost Busted)       Sale Contracts    • Brian Rider and Richard Spencer's Hot Topics panel. New in 2011: Mortgage Lending is offered in conjunction with the 2011 Bernard O. Dow Leasing Institute. Come a day early - in Austin or Dallas - for the perfect three-day real estate, finance and leasing offering. more



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2010 Mortgage Lending

Don't miss the definitive real estate finance course of the year! 2010 program highlights include: • David Weatherbie's two-part, definitive Case Law Update • Workouts: Key forms, navigating the pressures on lenders, planning and tax issues, and buying at non-judicial foreclosures • Receiverships: Receivers' authority and borrower-friendly relief • Jane Smith on Ten Things I Hate about My Last Deal • Pigs Get Fed but Hogs May Get Slaughtered: Judicial Inspection of Butchered Deals • Tips and Trends after General Growth and TOUSA • State of the Real Estate Market with Prof. Jay Hartzell • Overviews and updates on homeowner relief programs • An update on deed restrictions in Texas • James H. Wallenstein on Proposed New Texas Disciplinary Rules • RESPA reform and its implementation • Practical advice, tips, language and forms for structuring your next deal more



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2009 Mortgage Lending

Don't miss the definitive real estate finance course of the year. Highlights include: • David Weatherbie's definitive Case Law Update • Practice guides - with checklists - for conventional and securitized loan workouts • Drafting completion guaranties; and analyzing and drafting liability limitation provisions - what works and doesn't • 'Short sales,' deeds in lieu, and other alternatives to foreclosure • Bankruptcy issues in workouts and foreclosures • Major RESPA changes and new mortgage suitability standards more



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2008 Mortgage Lending

The Mortgage Lending Institute continues to be the definitive conference for real estate lending, financing and title issues. Hear the latest developments, including David Weatherbie's popular case law update. This year's program includes special sessions on workouts, foreclosures, MERS, mixed-used financings, and the latest on public-private financings. And as always, get a great set of resource materials—over 1,000 pages of practical materials. more



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2007 Mortgage Lending

The Mortgage Lending Institute continues to be the definitive conference for real estate lending, financing and title issues. Highlights include David Weatherbie's popular case law update; the impact of the Texas margin tax on lenders and landlords; J. Cary Barton’s luncheon presentation “Responding to Emergency Loan Applications and Commitments;” and much more. As always, get a great set of resource materials, including the latest forms, developments, and strategies—over 1,000 pages of practical materials. more



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2006 Mortgage Lending

The Mortgage Lending Institute is a two-day conference that focuses on lending, financing and title issues. more



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2005 Mortgage Lending

The Mortgage Lending Institute is the essential institute for attorneys who represent borrowers or lenders and also appeals to developers, mortgage brokers, and others engaged in real estate activities. The impact of the Bankruptcy Reform Act, the new Texas Business Organizations Code, title insurance, surprising aspects of syndicated loans, special districts, ad valorem tax liens, legislative and case law updates, plus ethics credit - it's all here. more



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2004 Mortgage Lending

This is the essential two-day institute for attorneys who represent borrowers or lenders. The Institute — with its focus on lending, financing and title issues — is also of great appeal to developers, mortgage brokers, and others engaged in real estate activities. The annotated deed of trust, title insurance, mezzanine financing, lender protection in condemnation, the incredible reach of new money laundering statutes, plus three hours of ethics credit — it’s all here. more



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2003 Mortgage Lending



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